Avila and Segovia Day Trip


(1 day & 1 noche)

Book a day trip from Madrid to Ávila and Segovia, two striking cities packed with beautiful monuments, including city walls, Gothic palaces, castles, cathedrals and the most famous aqueduct in the world.

Avila and Segovia Day Trip

Meet your guide just before 9am in front of the Royal Palace and set off to Ávila on an air-conditioned coach.

Ávila, Saint Teresa of Ávila’s place of birth, houses the oldest and most complete city walls in Spain, built between the eleventh and fourteenth century. The 90 turrets and 2.500 meters of walls surround the old town and defend its numerous monuments including its various Gothic palaces, Romanesque churches and a twelfth century fortified cathedral.

The next stop is Segovia, where you’ll marvel at the world’s most famous Roman aqueduct (16km long). You will stop here for lunch (optional). Segovia’s city center was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site with numerous historic buildings like the Cathedral, known as the “Dama de las Catedrales Españolas” (Lady of the Spanish Cathedrals) and the Alcázar, the country’s most spectacular castle.

You’ll be back in Madrid at around 6pm.


You can book this activity with lunch included:

Gourmet menu: judiones de la granja, a traditional white bean dish; roast suckling pig; Segovian sponge cake with ice-cream, water, wine and coffee.

Lunch will take approximately one hour. 

If you choose to do this activity without lunch included, you'll have time to eat at your own leisure. 

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